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Job Description Assistant Project Manager

Job Summary

To support the effective and efficient delivery of the project.

Main responsibilities-Job Description Assistant Project Manager

   Governance and planning

• Document and confirm the governance of the project on behalf of the project manager

 

• Ensuring consistency of Project Management approach

 

• Assist in benefits review, tracking and business handover, document accountabilities.

 

• Assist the Project Manager in all aspects of the Project, deputising as appropriate.

 

• Assist in the formulation of stakeholder engagement strategies to build commitment and create sustainable future states – implement and monitor the strategies.

 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Job Description Assistant Project Manager

    • Prepare project plans, identifying tasks, milestones, risks and a  timeline of activity.

 

Reporting and Communications

 

• Develop communications approaches and generate information to suit the audience (reports, PowerPoint, verbal).

 

• Ensure timely and accurate reporting of progress, including benefits, schedule and financial status.

 

• Document and confirm project estimates, budget and cost management processes.

 

• Produce written proposals and provide presentations as necessary.

 

Controls

• Manage budgets and forecasts within defined and legal standards.

 

• Maintain risk, issue and dependency registers, escalating issues as appropriate.

 

• Manage the change control register; support the PM with change control agreements.

 

• Ensure all work is carried out in accordance with a safe system of work and that the requirements of statutory and safety regulations are fully met.

 

Job Description Assistant Project Manager

 

• Ability to prioritise and plan, balancing priorities and deadlines.

 

• Excellent communication (verbal, written, listening) skills.

 

• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to influence and manage a range of relationships in a complex environment.

 

• The ability to translate project requirements into media-friendly language.

 

• Ability to work autonomously or as part of a team to make things happen – turning ideas and strategy into tangible realities and outcomes and processes.

 

• Flexible approach to work with a focus on delivery to deadlines and high standards.

 

• Attention to detail; self starting and strong focus on completing/finishing.

 

• Understanding of data gathering and business analysis (for example, structuring business data in a meaningful way).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• Strong Microsoft Office skills and experience in manipulating data to make it meaningful for different audiences.

 

• Knowledge of project management terminology, tools and techniques.

 

• Experience of working in a project or delivery environment and commitment to personal development in this area.

 

• Knowledge of the sector